AT DURN HOUSE
Explore our guest suites, each offering their own individual charm and character. Our spacious rooms are tastefully decorated to compliment Durn House's Georgian features whilst offering a modern twist and comfort. Our en-suites are recently renovated, with our roll-top baths providing next-level luxury.
Durn Suite encapsulates all that is unique about Durn House. The Durn Suite is also often chosen by brides as the Bridal Suite.
This suite perfectly balances elegance and comfort and is the perfect tranquil retreat. With a bank of triple Georgian sash windows with original shutters overlooking mature trees and countryside, the views are fabulous. The Durn Suite is uniquely decorated with original artwork, National Trust wallpapers and antique-style furnishings.
The huge en-suite bathroom is home to a freestanding roll top bath in the centre of the room where you can relax whilst enjoying a unique fire blazing away in the original Portsoy Marble fireplace. There is also a large separate shower.
A very special room for a special occasion or just to spoil yourself - complete with Tassimo coffee machine with complimentary Cappuccino and Americano pods daily - pure indulgence.
Our recently refurbished Clementina Suite is named after Clementina Grant who married Sir William Dunbar of Durn in 1737.
Their Son Sir James built the current Durn House. This stunning suite has a Scottish thistle and stag theme with William Morris wallpaper in a dark blue and Taupe colour palette.
There is a fabulous Super-king size fabric sleigh bed, full hospitality tray with coffee pod machine and flat screen TV.
The En-suite bathroom has a retro style with large walk-in shower and original sash window with working shutters overlooking the garden.
Our Dunbar Suite is located on the second floor at the top of our stunning sweeping Georgian staircase.
This large suite room has the original full-height exposed vaulted ceiling on display complete with old ironwork from the past including the original 18th century cast iron roof light which is still in use.
Dunbar is named after past Durn House inhabitants and in particular Sir James Dunbar of Durn who built the current Durn House in 1770.
The Dunbar Suite hosts a superb antique style Super-King size sleigh bed plus a working desk area and has a number of quirky antique and unusual artefacts on display.
The welcome tray also includes a coffee pod machine as well as tea and coffee making facilities.
The large original slate tiled full en-suite bathroom is accessed via double doors where guests can relax in the roll-top bath or use the separate shower - pure luxury.
Our Ferguson Suite is named after James Ferguson, Scotland’s most famous astronomer, who lived at Durn House in the 18th century. A first edition book on his life is on display in the guest entrance hall.
This cosy room boasts a superb king-size brass bed with a feature fireplace, flat-screen TV and DVD player, welcome tray and a full-size en-suite bathroom with a double size shower and full-size bath. The Ferguson Suite is positioned to the rear of the house with views over the garden through an original sash window with working shutters.
Located on the second floor at the top of our Georgian sweeping staircase this cosy room has a relaxed green and neutral colour scheme with a bold crystal chandelier.
Named after the famous battle of Culloden to which Durn House has strong historical links, our Culloden Suite is a large guest room with exposed beams, a heather colour palette all set off by the fabulous William Morris Thistle wallpaper.
Culloden boasts an antique super-king size castle bed with feather duvet and pillows for a super night’s sleep as well as a traditional en-suite shower room with a walk-in shower and oil rubbed bronze fittings.
Named after its floor length 100% embroidered shot silk curtains, the Silk Room is a real treat.
The Silk Room features Duck Egg Blue and Crimson soft furnishings which compliment the fabulous curtain fabric.
This huge room looks out to the rear of the house through triple sash windows with working antique shutters. We are also able to add additional beds for families if required. There is a seating and dining area where guests can enjoy our unique in room breakfast service which comes as standard.
With a massive comfy Emperor size bed and seating area, huge designer storage wardrobes, guests really don’t want to leave!
Silk Room guests also have access to a very large
en-suite bathroom, which has a full 4 piece bathroom suite, including a bidet, plus a large and very deep vintage bath with designer fittings. Over the sink is a vintage style mirror and with long draping silk curtains and a view across the garden, this bathroom is a relaxing haven.
Located on the first floor, our Tartan Room is a large double or quadruple room and provides guests adjustable sleeping arrangements or makes an ideal family room. There is a stunning antique half tester double bed, plus a separate additional double divan bed so the room can sleep four guests.
The Tartan room looks out over the front of the house via an original Georgian sash window with working shutters. The room also boasts a feature fireplace.
Guests staying in Tartan have access to their own private shower room, unique to the room, which is just along the hall. We supply fluffy bathrobes and slippers for all guests.
Our Sutherland Room is on the second floor at the top of our fabulous sweeping Georgian staircase and has a little French influence. This room has a high beamed vaulted ceiling and a huge 7ft. vintage style Emperor bed to get lost in.
This cosy room has a welcome tray with coffee and tea replenished daily and a flat screen TV.
The Sutherland Room has a vintage style rooflight window which looks out over the side of the house.
Sutherland Room guests have access to a very large full size private bathroom with a double shower cubicle and full size bath which is just opposite the room.